This cajun catfish sandwich is cooked with the blackened technique and topped with a sweet and tangy pineapple slaw.
Calling Louisiana home, David Kinch, the California-based chef, teaches us how to create a great Cajun gumbo.
Do surf ‘n turf, potato-style, with flavorful andouille sausage and cajun shrimp. Filled with the flavors of New Orleans, these cheesy, spiced potatoes are delicious pleasers.
Filled with cajun spices, crab, bacon, corn, and cheese, these mashed potato croquettes are something special, especially when served with a lemon sauce.
New Orleans is famous for their restaurants, chefs, and the Creole Cuisine of this region. Learn how to make a chicken and andouille sausage gumbo.
All the ingredients of jambalaya are skewered, grilled to perfection and then nestled in a flame-toasted, buttered bun.
Instead of ham in your eggs, this cajun breakfast calls for andouille sausage and cornbread subbed for toast. Made with ease, this is a great brunch recipe.
Cajun cuisine from down South is closely related to Acadian cuisine from Acadia and uses most of the same ingredients and techniques.
This is a full meal soup with a range of textures and flavors that makes a great dinner party centerpiece.
This smoky take on a brunch favorite comes Lafayette, Louisiana’s The French Press restaurant but you can make it yourself for a taste of Cajun flavor at home.
These cajun chickens are certainly made healthier than the KFC ones.
This dish gets better as time goes on, so if you’re having a party, prepare this the day before and then plop it in a crock pot to warm up.
Enjoy this super simple cajun style roasted almonds recipe, courtesy of Ariel Rebel.
Just the right amount of spice paired with creamy soft potatoes, crunchy peppers and fragrant basil.